Super Visa Insurance

Primary destination in Canada

Sum Insured

Start date of coverage Start Date
The date of the coverage start from.

Number of travellers (up to 2)

Birth date of the oldest traveller

Any pre-existing medical condition? Pre-existing condition
Pre-existing condition is any condition for which the
patient has alrady received medical treatment or already
has symptoms of the illness and have not seen by the
doctor prior to enrollment in insurance plan.

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Why Choosing us: we are reputed experience insurance provider, we provide flexible and affordable Travel Insurance Plan from multiple insurance companies like Manulife Insurance, GMS, TIC Insurance, SRMRM insurance, Travelance Insurance, TUGO, 21st Century, we provide services in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Stratford ,Hamilton, Branford, Woodstock, London, Milton, Mississauga, Brampton, Toronto. Super Visa Insurance : Super Visa is a new option for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents to visit their family in Canada. These individuals may be eligible to apply for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa to visit their family in Canada for up to 2 years without the need to renew their status. Super Visa Insurance provides coverage for emergency medical and hospital care in Canada. This insurance is valid for 365 days.

How to Apply for Super Visa Insurance

    Super visa Requirements : To obtain a Parent or Grandparent Super Visa for Canada, applicants must have valid Super Visa Insurance. With Super Visa applications They need to provide a proof that they have private medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company valid for a minimum of 1 year from a Canadian insurance company and that it:   Here’s the things you need to know before you buy Super Visa Insurance Pre-existing Conduction: A Pre-existing condition depends on your health condition means the critical illness, injury, symptom(s) that exists before and after effective date of insurance. Sometimes a healthy applicant can be deemed to have a pre-existing condition based on a past health problem or evidence of treatment for a particular condition. Deductible: Most plans have a variety of deductibles. The deductible is the amount of each claim that you will pay. A $0 deductible means the insurance company pays 100% of each eligible claim. A $1000 deductible means you will pay up to $1000 of each eligible claim and the insurance company will only pay amounts in excess of the $1000. Multiple Entry: Multiple entry coverage provides intermittent coverage that allows you to travel back and forth between Canada and your home country. Your coverage will be interrupted when you return to your home country, and then be automatically reinstated when you return to Canada. Plans that do not offer Multiple Entry have coverage that stops as soon as you return to your home country. Side Trip: Side trip coverage provides travel health insurance for any trips you take outside Canada during your stay, i.e. if you take vacations to the U.S. If you expect to spend some time outside of Canada during the term of your super visa, you should choose a plan that has side trip coverage. Refundable: The government requires that you purchase coverage for a full year. If you’re planning on staying less than a year a refundable plan will allow you to receive a refund of the unused portion of the annual/yearly premiums. These refunds come with conditions, so again it’s important that you read the policy.